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Nicco launches its Internet Ventures

28-March-2001
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Nicco launches its Internet Ventures

The Rs 553-crore company Nicco group has launched a new Internet company called Nicco Internet Ventures Ltd. (NIVL), and its portal www.pilot your career.com. NIVL has formed a strategic alliance with the IIM, Kolkata, Institute of Career Studies, Lucknow and PricewaterhouseCoopers.

The portal will provide comprehensive, cost-effective recruitment solutions for its clients by using state of the art technology. Additionally, NIVL provides career coaching and guidance to a community of young adults who are embarking on or are in the early stage of their careers through its portal.

The company has already placed 30 people and expects the number to grow over the next few months.

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